Hello dear friends, I wanrt to document our servers configuration but have no Idea which softweare should I use for documenting server environment.. maybe anyone can suggest me which software should I use.. thanks in Advance
If you mean some software with a some backend database to store system configuration , I think I have no proper answer to give.
Otherwise issue the below commands that may aid you in documenting your systems configuration and store them in some sort of spreadsheets like MS Excel for documenting purpose .
prtconf - list system configuration lscfg [-v] - devices (-v = verbose for microcode levels, etc) lscfg -v - devices verbose (microcode level, firmware, etc) lsdev -Cc adapter - adapter cards lsdev -Cc disk - disks lsdev -Cc processor - CPU's lsattr -El sys0 - serial number, model number, memory
oslevel- AIX OS level instfix -i |grep ML - AIX maintenance level lslpp -l - installed SW and levels
Disk and volumes
lsvg -o - active volume groups lsvg -p vgname - disk drives in VG lsvg -l vgname - LV's in VG lslv lvname - LV detail
lslv -l lvname - LV disk location lspv - disks lspv -l hdisk# - LV's residing on a disk where # is the number of the disk
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